Italy - Youngsters and minimum income schemes - November 30, 2017

According to a report, published by NGO Caritas, young people have limited access to minimum income schemes and benefits. Young people have free access to the social protection benefits system, but only if they fall within the restricted access criteria of the various measures. In addition, generally, these minimum income schemes are inadequate to elevate youth to a threshold of decent living. The report also discusses the provisional minimum income measure (entitled SIA – Active Inclusion Support) that was introduced in September 2016.

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